November 20th, 2012
The Legacy Place in Valley City opened with 25 residents in March 2009. Over three years later, it has nearly doubled in residents and tripled in services â and itâs still continuing to grow.
To accommodate for growth and better serve its residents, The Legacy Place, owned by Paul and Tanya Diegel, is reorganizing staff internally and seeking new staff.
Cami Hendrickson, who currently serves as the assisted living facilityâs business office manager will take on duties as the interim administrator, a position currently held by Tamie Gerntholtz.
Valley City State University President Steven Shirley had little trouble acknowledging the schoolâs recent success Monday, when he addressed students, faculty and community members during his annual State of the University address at Vangstad Auditorium. But that didnât keep him from looking to the near future.
âTo use the term âcrossroadsâ too often becomes cliche,â he told the crowd. âHowever, I sincerely believe we are at a crossroads at Valley City State University, and with this crossroad, we have a unique opportunity to transform our educational offerings.â
Maple Valley High School:
A Honor Roll
Cassandra Baasch, Brandan Ertelt, James Richman, Kara Smith, Abbie Tinjum, KayLee Hanson, Ashley Punton, Corby Richman, Katelyn Schrenk, Alex Syverson, Sarah Biggers, Jacob Bodziachowski, Courtney Boppre, Erin Grieger, Jesse Johnson, Rylee Nudell, Jacob Richman
B Honor Roll
Due to a printer's error, Monday's edition of the Times-Record printed without sports pages. Content that was prepared for Monday will be published in Tuesday's edition of the paper.
College students donât always have the opportunity to make it home for every holiday, so Valley City State University makes sure students who stay in town over the holidays are provided a nice meal.
VCSU is teaming up with Vickyâs Viking Room to offer a Thanksgiving meal to college students who arenât able to make it home for the holiday weekend.
âIâve always felt bad that I know there are students that canât go home because itâs such a short holiday,â said Kari Stricklin, director of student activities at VCSU.
Valley City Public School students stuffed a Coca-Cola truck with 109 tubs of food last Wednesday for the Barnes County Food Shelf during its annual âStuff the Truckâ food drive.
Official charges in connection with approximately 50 Barnes County burglaries have been filed against two Valley City residents and two Minnesota residents by the Barnes County Sheriffs Department, said Sheriff Randy McClaflin.
On Thursday District Court Judge Jay A. Schmitz ordered the arrest of Barnes County residents April Robyn Kapaun, 25, and Steven Lee Hovland, 38; and Minnesota residents Broc Allen Buytaert, 32; and Betsy Lee Runkle, 31.
Schmitzâs orders said there there was sufficient probable cause for the arrest of all four suspects.
November 5 through November 25
Leevers stuff-a-truck is a community-wide effort to collect much needed non-perishable food items for the local food bank. Leevers is teaming up with local organizations to raise as much food as it can during this important time of the year. Drop off your donations before Nov. 25 to help restock the Barnes County Food Pantry.
Friday, November 16
Full Nelson Karaoke, 8:30 p.m. to midnight in the Valley City American Legion Club rooms. Also at the same time on Dec. 14. Must be 21 or older to attend. The event supports Legion Baseball.
Out on the prairie my Husband and me.
Are stuck in a our cabin with a very urgent plea.
We have no place to go ânot family at least.
To sit and enjoy a good turkey feast.
Now truth be told weâre really quite quirky.
So you shant put it past us that weâd eat something other than turkey.
Pizza Dave makes a frozen pepperoni to boast.
And itâs not beyond me to just eat some garlic toast.
My burly husband deserves something much more inviting.
We wish a church was serving food-it would be well worth the tithing.
Those church ladies can cook this is for certain.
Those looking to score discounts and deals for holiday shopping have plenty of options as retailers across the nation open earlier and have bigger sales on Black Friday, the notorious Friday after Thanksgiving. But scoring deals on what is deemed the biggest shopping day of the year often requires camping out and rising before the sun.